The Hmong 18 Council of WI, Inc.
 

"Standing in Solidarity for the Hmong Family"

Hmong 18 Council National Conference   October 18 - 20, 2013 in MN

Where: Saturday(8:30am to 12am) & Sunday(8:30am to 3pm) @ Hmong Amer. Partnership:  1075 Arcade St., St. Paul, MN  55106; Friday(2pm to 8pm) @ Lav 52 (3030 SouthLawn Dr., Maple Wood, MN  51199).  For more information please go to www.hmong18council.org Ceebtoom rau sawvdaws tias txhua tus uas tuav dejnum nyob rau hauv Hmoob 18 Xeem txhob nyuaj siab txog qhov uas yuav them registration fee, vim peb tshiav tau nyiaj cover lawm nawb.

Hmong 18 Council of WI Inc NEXT quarterly meeting will be October 12, 2013 from 10am to 2pm

Where: Highlander Home Health Care, Milwaukee, WI

 

 As of August 21, 2013, there are 170 viewers total.

NEXT QUARTERLY MEETING is Saturday, October 12 from 10am - 2pm at Highlander Home Healthcare in Milwaukee, WI

   


Zoo Siab Tos Txais Nej Sawvdaws (WELCOME!)

The Hmong 18 Council of WI, Inc. is Bringing Change, Progress, and Hope to Hmong citizens in Wisconsin. (Hmoob 18 Xeem yuav coj txoj kev hloov, kev vammeej thiab kev cia siab rau tsevneeg Hmoob txhua tus uas nyob rau hauv Wisconsin.)

1.Creating Foundation by: (Tsim lub hauv paus kom khov)

a. Strengthening the Hmong clan system statewide, nationwide, and internationally.

b. Increasing advocacy for better education to overcome illiteracy and poverty.

c. Strengthening gender equity in leadership in the Hmong community.

d. Increasing collaboration between generation of Hmong leaders.

e. Strengthening clan and family support systems for Hmong families.

f. Advocating for greater mainstream community collaboration and integration for success in America.

2. Planting seeds by: (kev cog noob)

a. Educating the young and old of new and traditional ways of life.

b. Restoring the value and respect of Hmong Clan leaders within the Hmong community.

3. Accountability: (kev tswj thiab saib xyuas kom ncaj)

a. Hmong clan leaders will be held accountable to uphold the bylaw and policies of the 18 Council

of Wisconsin, Inc.

b. Hmong clan leaders will be fair and just when mediating disputes within family and inter-clans.

 


 

 

Website Statistics for MAY 2013

  • Total of 234 viewers/visitors
  • Total of 109 unique visitors

JUNE 2013

  • Total of 195 viewers/visitors
  • Total of 93 unique visitors

 JULY:

  • Total of 358 viewers
 

Leaders must keep hope alive, even in the most difficult of times.  They must strengthen their constituents' belief that life's struggle will produce a more promising future.  In keeping hope alive, credible leaders demonstrate their faith and confidence by first accepting responsibility for the quality of the lives of their constituents.  Even when everything goes wrong or when they suffer resounding defeats, leaders display constancy and unwavering commitment to the cause.  Kouzes and Posner

 
  
 
 
Txujkev koom teg hab kev sis txhawb zug yog qhov kws paab peb kev ua dlejnum moog tau zoo hab nce kaujtsuam moog dleb!  Ua tsaug rua mej tej dlaagzug, nyaj txag, hab tej tswvyim kws mej paab rua Moob 18 Xeem nyob rua huv Wisconsin!
 
Thov ua tsaug rua Thawj Tswj Nyaj Choj Vaaj, Executive Director Txooj Lauj Lis hab VP Ntxhawm Yaaj. Mej  tau siv sijhawm lug moog paab cob qha kev ua thawj coj rua peb Moob 18 Xeem rua thaum May 4, 2013 nyob rua huv Hmong Center of Green Bay.